Monarda


Our top-selling Monarda. Developed by crossing two of the best Monardas available, this mid-sized, red-flowering selection is prized for its large flowers on strong stems and its excellent resistance to powdery mildew. Prefers rich, moist soils like M. didyma. Breeder: Dr. Jim Ault; Introduced by: Chicago Botanic Garden


This classic variety is still considered to be one of the very best and is asked for by name by designers and gardeners everywhere. Tall, sturdy stems carry large, deep red flowers for most of the summer. Its dark green foliage exhibits excellent resistance to powdery mildew. Introduced by: ItSaul Plants


A tall beebalm, distinguished by its unique wine red flowers which pop open from raspberry-like buds for several months in summer, attracting loads of pollinators. Strong stems and dark green foliage exhibits excellent resistance to powdery mildew. Introduced by: White Flower Farm


From our experience, this series of Monarda has been very clean in production, growing quickly to fill out the pots fully. Relatively short plants form a compact clump of deep green foliage that is covered in vibrant blooms that attract pollinators. 'Bee Free' bears magenta purple flowers with red velvet centers. Breeder: AB-Cultivars. Introduced by: Plants Nouveau.


From our experience, this series of Monarda has been very clean in production, growing quickly to fill out the pots fully. Relatively short plants form a compact clump of deep green foliage that is covered in vibrant blooms that attract pollinators. 'Bee Free' bears electric purple flowers with dark purple centers. Breeder: AB-Cultivars. Introduced by: Plants Nouveau.


From our experience, this series of Monarda has been very clean in production, growing quickly to fill out the pots fully. Relatively short plants form a compact clump of deep green foliage that is covered in vibrant blooms that attract pollinators. 'Bee Free' bears magenta red flowers with chocolate centers. Breeder: AB-Cultivars. Introduced by: Plants Nouveau.


From our experience, this series of Monarda has been very clean in production, growing quickly to fill out the pots fully. Relatively short plants form a compact clump of deep green foliage that is covered in vibrant blooms that attract pollinators. 'Bee Free' bears bright coral pink flowers with chocolate centers. Breeder: AB-Cultivars. Introduced by: Plants Nouveau.


Distinguished by its earlier bloom time, adaptability to drier soils, good disease resistance and speckled flower petals. This is a native Monarda you can easily have in bloom for spring sales. Its non-running foliage forms a short clump of fuzzy, green leaves topped with pale lavender pink to white flowers that attract pollinators.


Developed in Canada, this hardy mid-sized selection features an abundance of flowers in a unique shade of coral pink borne atop a clump of attractive, glossy dark green foliage for several months in summer. It has shown excellent resistance to powdery mildew. Introduced by: Morden Research Centre.


A selection from the straight species made by The Flower Factory in Stoughton, WI. This hardy variety features large, royal purple flowers atop tall, sturdy stems, attracting pollinators all summer long. Its dark green foliage exhibits excellent mildew resistance. Introduced by: David Nedveck


Developed in Canada, this hardy selection features a neatly compact habit, forming a rounded mound of aromatic, deep green foliage. An abundance of brilliant fuchsia purple flowers attracts pollinators. Has shown excellent resistance to powdery mildew. Introduced by: Morden Research Centre.


Developed in Canada, this hardy selection is similar to Grand Marshall™ but with lavender purple flowers which attract pollinators over the summer months. It forms a neatly compact, rounded mound of aromatic, deep green foliage which exhibits excellent resistance to powdery mildew. Introduced by: Morden Research Centre.


This distinctive native wildflower is a magnet for all kind of pollinators which flock to its long-lasting blooms. Stacks of whorled, pale yellow, spotted flowers set upon a collar of showy pink, lavender or blush white bracts line the unbranched stems. Short-lived perennial; naturalizes easily by seed and underground runners.